Decolonizing Male Space -- One Step at a Time
I mean, the reestablishment of male space needs to take root somewhere, right? So why not in the public schools? And you know what else? I don't give one single goddamned tin-plated rip-snort if this "creates stereotypes" or helps to perpetuate "sexism" -- whatever the hell "sexism" is supposed to mean. Come on, let's face it, men and women are different! We needn't "stereotype" men and women at all, since Nature has beaten us to the punch and done that job already. So the whole question is moot. Rather than creating "stereotypes", we are merely acknowledging archetypes -- which is a sane, sensible, rational policy, and long overdue.
So yes, that makes me an essentialist -- which puts me in the fine company of the extreme radical feminists, who are likewise essentialists.That's ironic, don't you think so?